Rushworth and Dreaper

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1907 Coordinates: 53°24′50.7″N 2°58′36.8″W / 53.414083°N 2.976889°W / 53.414083; -2.976889St Andrews Church, Waterloo, Liverpool

The organ in Guildford Cathedral

Rushworth and Dreaper was a firm of organ builders based in Liverpool, England[1] Upon its bankruptcy, its archives were mostly destroyed, and the Victorian clock in the works tower was removed. The premises are now occupied by Henry Willis & Sons.

Organs built by the company (in date order)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stephen Bicknell. The History of the English Organ (Cambridge University Press, 1999).
  2. ^ "Opening of a New Organ at Bradbourn Church". Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal. England. 14 September 1866. Retrieved 22 January 2017 – via British Newspaper Archive. (Subscription required (help)). 
  3. ^ Lancashire (Merseyside), Knowsley, St. Mary (D07779), British Institute of Organ Studies, retrieved 6 August 2011 
  4. ^ "The impact of the proposed expansion of Southend Airport on nearby parish churches" (PDF). Church Buildings Council of the Church of England. July 2009. pp. 53–59. Retrieved 16 January 2011. 
  5. ^ a b Bicknell, 1999, p. 375.
  6. ^ http://www.northopchurch.org/about-st-marys-northop-hall.html
  7. ^ http://www.mgs50.net/31
  8. ^ St. Michael And All Angels Church Archived 20 June 2011 at the Wayback Machine..
  9. ^ Church organs at All Saints, Clifton.
  10. ^ St. Mary the Virgin, Hennock.
  11. ^ Bicknell, 1999, p333.
  12. ^
    • Ealing Abbey, St Benedic's School, London 1967.
    St Michael and All Angels, Hawkshead - a bit of History.
  13. ^ Galway Cathedral webpage

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